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Trump complains about ‘gutless’ Antifa, he says, declare a group to weigh large terrorist organization

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President Donald Trump said Saturday he is in the light of the Declaration of the far-left Antifa-activist-group a terrorist organization, what to attack it with the MS-13 street gang in the midst of reports of the members physically conservative protesters and journalists at rallies across the country.

“It is thinking about declaring ANTIFA, the gutless Radical Left’s Wack-Jobs, which is going to hit (non-fighter) thugs, the people over the heads with baseball, a great organization of terror (along with MS-13 and others). Would make it easier for the police to do their work!” Trump tweeted.

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Trump’s tweet came days after Sens. bill Cassidy, R-La.,and Ted Cruz, R-Texas, introduced to designate binding legal regulations, the group as a domestic terrorist organization.

“Antifa are terrorists, violent, masked tyrants, the the ‘fight fascism’ with the actual fascism that is protected by Liberal privilege,” Cassidy said in a statement. “Bullies get their way, until someone says no. Elected officials must have the courage, not cowardice, in order to prevent terror.”

At a Senate hearing last week, Cruz asked FBI Director Christopher Guard, if he examine could, Antifa under the crooks Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. Wray answered that the Bureau recognizes the Antifa as more of an ideology than an organization.

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He added that the FBI takes seriously any violence committed in the name of ideology.

“We have a whole series though, I should tell you, right out says that investigations of what we categorize as an anarchist extremists” Wray Cruz. “People who try to commit violent, criminal acts, the register against the BKA-law and some of these people do, and what we now refer to as a kind of antifa-like ideology,”

Antifa-members criticism for its confrontational style, and acts of violence against demonstrators with opposing points of view in otherwise non-violent rallies have drawn. The group, often with white supremacists, a group in Charlottesville in the year 2017 and have the offensive against extreme right-wing demonstrators in different cities.

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Some mask-wearing members were accused of throwing eggs, bottles and other objects at people and beating and threatening against protesters and members of the media.

Trump referred to the “alt-left” and threw the group of people attack, can not defend or.

“Have you ever noticed, they [Antifa] pick on specific people?” Trump asked, while he was in a White House event for conservative social-media-personalities, of the earlier this month, where he was reminded of a violent attack on journalist Andy Ngo in Portland, ore. Rally. “I mean, he [Mr Ngo] would say, he is the strongest person in the world physically, right?”

A 69-year-old man killed in his attack on a local Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility last week, an Antifa-member claimed.

“I’m not Antifa,” he wrote in a Manifesto the day before the attack.

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Some critics say, the labelling of certain groups as domestic terrorists is a step too far.

“It is dangerous and much too broad to use, the labels are separated [from] the actual individual behavior,” Hina Shamsi, Director of the national security project at the American Civil Liberties Union, said in The Washington Post last week. “And, as we have seen, such as ‘terrorism’ has already been used in this country, such a scheme raises serious due process, equal protection and First Amendment constitutional concerns.”

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